Housing at Hartford Seminary allows students to be a part of a diverse community while engaged in their studies.  On-campus living fosters a social life, openings for dialogue, and opportunities to cultivate friends that may last well beyond the years spent at our institution.

Hartford Seminary offers a limited number of furnished apartments on campus for students to rent. All of our housing is for same-gender housemates.  While we make every effort to accommodate housing requests, placements are made based on availability. View our housing brochure here.

Each student is assigned a private bedroom, and will share common living areas (kitchen, living room, and bath). Units come with basic furnishings and kitchen supplies.  Residents are expected to supply their own towels, linens, blankets and pillows.

Each unit comes equipped with wireless internet. There are no land line phones, so students are encouraged to bring cell phones.  Generally, standard utilities are included in monthly room rent.  There is a coin-operated washer and dryer available to those living in our on-campus housing.  Units are not air conditioned.  Box fans are provided for each room during summer school.  All housing is smoke-free.

When you live on campus at Hartford Seminary, the Student Care and Residential Life Coordinator will help you settle into your new home, get acquainted with Hartford, and make new connections in the community.

If you would like more information about housing at Hartford Seminary, please contact Akeem Burgess, Student Care and Residential Life Coordinator, aburgess@hartsem.edu or call (860) 509-9517.